The Domain of the Dreamer


We spend approximately a third of our lives asleep. It seems to be something that is built into nature. There are different forms of life that sleep, and yet, at the same time, science really doesn’t have an explanation. Sleep is essential to the program, and the first thing to grasp about the nature of sleeping is that dreams, and what the dreamer experiences, are never personal. It is the work of ‘the program’.

It’s the most difficult thing to grasp. There you are caught in what is referred to as the astral plane, and some demon jumps on your back and demands something of you. You’re terrified, you wake up, you’re looking somewhere in your life for a reason—”lie down on my couch and tell me about your dreams, and I’ll tell you about your problems.”

This is not what this information, Dream Rave, is about. As a matter of fact, working analytically with this information, you’ll see it’s a decoding of the program.

What happens to us when we go to sleep? Our Personality and Design Crystals change their receptive trajectory from vertical to horizontal. We become sort of mammalian.

But there is something to grasp, that sleep is a way for us to be impersonally programmed. Your Personality is not involved; it’s been reduced to the mammalian level of competence. Think about it this way: your Personality on the Dream Plane is similar to what’s going on in your sleeping dog or cat.

One has to be very careful about not personalizing this phenomenon of the dream state, but it is information. And it is unique information that can be translated, but not in the way that you could imagine. It doesn’t deserve to be turned into Dream Psychology, it’s not about that. It is about understanding how each of us is uniquely programmed while we sleep. Now, that can be a profound insight, and in and of itself it leads to a great movie.

So, the moment we enter into sleep is the moment we enter into another domain—that of the Dreamer.

Ra Uru Hu

Ra Uru Hu was the Human Design System’s founder and messenger. Ra dedicated 25 years of his life to the development and teaching of the System around the world until he passed away in 2011.


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